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EARLY DOLLARS (1794-1873)

EARLY DOLLARS (1794-1873)

Early Dollars (1794-1873). Flowing Hair Dollars were the first U.S. Dollars and were minted in 1794 & 1795 only. The Bust Dollar started in 1795, creating two types for that year. Bust dollars ended in 1804, and then dollars were not produced for the next 36 years. The Seated Dollars were then minted from 1840-1873.
 
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1799 Bust Dollar F12
Item #96946
 
1799 Bust Dollar F12
  13 Stars, Stem through claw. A beautiful example with even gray surfaces. Minted in the year that George Washington died. There is an edge bruise at 4:00, but this is as nice an example of a vintage dollar as you could hope for.
$1495.00


Availability: 1 in stock
1799 Draped Bust Dollar VF30 ANACS
Item #95142
 
1799 Draped Bust Dollar VF30 ANACS
  Absolutely gorgeous deep, glossy gray toning with immaculate surfaces for a coin so old. Sharply struck with no problems and housed in the small original ANACS holder. One of the nicest Draped Bust Dollars we have seen for the grade in a long time! Greysheet is $4,500 in XF40! BB-157 B-5
$2795.00


Availability: 1 in stock
1800 Draped Bust Dollar G4
Item #96468
1800 Draped Bust Dollar G4
  Pleasing example of this low mintage bust dollar. Exceptionally mark free surfaces, with just a couple of faint edge bruises
$895.00


Availability: 1 in stock
1800 Draped Bust Dollar VF Details PCGS (Dotted Date Variety)
Item #94125
 
1800 Draped Bust Dollar VF Details PCGS (Dotted Date Variety)
  'VF Details Damage PCGS Dotted Date' Lovely original gray color and nicely struck. The damage consists of a small nick behind Miss Liberty's head. This is about the least severe 'Damage' that can be on a coin and still get the notation on the holder. This is the rare 'Dotted Date' variety that shows a larger dot below the first '0' in the date as well as two smaller dots above the date, and two inside of the loop. These dots are from die rust, and do not show on early die states. This variety is very scarce with only an estimate of 700 specimens exist in all grades!! This would normally sell for about $2,800. An opportunity to get a big discount on this one for one small nick!
$1995.00


Availability: 1 in stock
1801 Bust Dollar VG8
Item #96763
 
1801 Bust Dollar VG8
  Full rims, medium gray surfaces, and strong detail for the grade. With magnified inspection there are a couple of hairlines and a vertical mark in the right field. Overall, a beautiful vintage dollar, and a lower mintage date.
$1025.00


Availability: 1 in stock
1803 Bust Dollar VF20
Item #96790
 
1803 Bust Dollar VF20
  Small 3. Even VF detail and cleaned to give it a flashier look. Now toning back with a touch of gold toning on part of the obverse rim. This one has excellent eye appeal and would list for about $2,900 without the cleaning.
$1995.00


Availability: 1 in stock
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